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Wilton Democrats name slate for November election

L-R: Kevin Gardiner, Florence Johnson, Ruth DeLuca, Rem Bigosinski, Savet Constantine, Sanila Kapur, Peter Squitieri, Ceci Maher, Ross Tartell, Deb McFadden, Michael Kaelin, Jung Soo Kim, Bob Zsunkan

Wilton, Conn. — July 16, 2019 — At its caucus on Tuesday evening, Wilton’s Democrats endorsed 18 candidates to run for office in this fall’s much anticipated November elections. Approximately 50 people participated in the caucus, which was held in Wilton’s Comstock Community Center.

“We are excited by the truly high caliber of our 2019 slate, and we thank the candidates for their willingness to serve our town,” said Tom Dubin, Chair of Wilton’s Democratic Town Committee (DTC). “Each one of the Democratic candidates is fully engaged in the life of Wilton. They understand our town, our schools, and our neighbors, and they will make real differences in the tone and responsiveness of our town’s government.”

“The Democrats have assembled an incredibly talented group of candidates, who were chosen because of their remarkable competence, strong work ethic, and their proven ability to work well with others,” said Ross Tartell, Chair of the DTC’s Nominations Committee. “They are an extraordinary group whose common goal is to keep Wilton a great place to live.”

The slate of candidates is as follows: More…

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